Online Workshops

To pumpkin spice up your autumn, our team has brewed a concoction of workshops full of theatre making. From writing to producing through acting and Shakespeare of course, let our inspirational cast & creatives enrich your Shakespearean winter! 

All the workshops are 16 GBP, and last 1h30. 

Some have a limited amount of participants.

NEXT UP: Approaching a Shakespearean Part


Approaching a Shakespearean Part || £16

6pm on Thursday, 3rd December

Running time: 1 hr 30 mins

Hannah has worked extensively at the RSC (pictured here as Portia in Julius Caesar 2009-2011).

During this workshop she will explore how to approach the text in performance using active Rehearsal room practice. Finding the clues with the text is key to making exciting choices in your next performance of Shakespeare’s timeless verse. Learn tools to help unlock Shakespeare’s rich language, release your creativity and make your performance your own!

Hannah Young

Hannah has worked extensively at the RSC in The Tempest, Julius Caesar, Anthony and Cleopatra, King Lear, The Winter’s Tale, Coriolanus, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Drunks, American Trade, Little Eagles and The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. Her work in the West End includes As You Desire me, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and in the Almeida’s A Chaste Maid in Cheapside. She recently appeared as King John in TSMGOnlineLive’s the Life and Death of King John & as Titania in Titania’s Dream at Compton Verney.

Writing Your Own Show || £16

6.30pm on Thursday, 10th December

Running time: 1 hr 30 mins

With winter at our doors and the looming prospect of having plenty of time at home, you know it: it's time for that idea, or that manuscript, to come out of the drawer!

If you don't even know where to start, this workshop is for you. Victoria will guide and advise you through the entire timeline of the life of a play: from the first spark of creation to directing or performing your own words on the stage. If you were waiting for a sign to complete that draft, look no further: this is it.

Victoria Baumgartner

Writer & Director Victoria Baumgartner has studied Shakespeare extensively for more than 10 years, both academically and through her work on stages. As a writer and director, she has worked in Switzerland, Germany and the UK, and was nominated as Best Director by the OFFIES. Victoria gives Shakespeare workshops at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and teaches Shakespeare at East15 Acting School for the BA in Acting as well as the MA in Directing.